Marpai, a Tampa-based company that connects deep learning and healthcare, will host its SMART Health summit on October 27, 2021 at 6 p.m. to bring some of the biggest players in healthcare technology together on one stage.
The three-hour event will take place at the Tribeca Rooftop in New York City and bring together some of the most influential people in tech, healthcare and finance. In addition to being a great networking opportunity, the event will also feature a one-hour conference program with a keynote address by Dr. Daniel Kraft, President of Medicine at Singularity University, Founder and President of Exponential Medicine, and TED speaker at six times. Keynote speech.
The Marpai SMART Health Summit will focus on exploring the growing impact of emerging technologies on the healthcare sector, a topic that has gained prominence following the COVID19 pandemic and as more and more tech startups health continue to be grounded.
Other speakers included Jennifer Kent, vice president of Research Atf Parks Associates; Adam Russo, co-founder and CEO of the Phia group; and a panel on the future of healthcare moderated by Ruth Reader of Fast Company.
In addition to the conference program, attendees will also be able to connect with other experts, entrepreneurs and investors while having access to an exhibition space in which healthcare startups will present their products and services.
Those interested in participating can register for free to attend in person or watch the live stream which will be available on the event’s LinkedIn page. The event has been planned to provide all attendants with a safe COVID experience and, as such, proof of vaccination and ID will be required upon entry.
According to McKinsey & Company, the healthcare technology industry represented a global market of $ 350 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow 10% per year through 2024. This interest and funding has fueled a healthcare revolution never before. seen before, opening the door to new startups. become major players in an increasingly relevant industry.